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Alaska Vacation for Families with a Visit to the Iditarod Racing Dogs

There is no U.S. state that has Alaska’s extremes. With towering snowcapped mountains year-round, creeping glaciers, the midnight sun, and all-day darkness, the Alaskan landscape can be as chilling as it is captivating. Beyond the topography and elements, the people and the culture have their own unique draw. One of the quintessential sports in Alaska…

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Why Corinth is the Perfect Teaching Site on a Footsteps of Paul Greece Tour

The ruins of the ancient city of Corinth, Greek columns and the remains of a structure

Corinth is famous for being the early church to which Paul wrote the letters of First and Second Corinthians, containing some of the most well-known passages in the entire Bible. Along with the letters Paul wrote to the church there, he also visited and helped to establish a community of believers in the city. The population…

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The Bible and Science Collide in Grand Canyon Christian Tours

Two young travelers on one of the Living Passages Grand Canyon Christian Tours

Was the Grand Canyon really created as the result of a global flood? The debate has been ongoing for a long time, but according to Russ Miller the evidence was never in doubt. From the beginning, the Grand Canyon was proof of a world-wide flood and yet, it has taken the majority of the scientific…

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What makes Africa perfect for Family Safari Vacations?

A young elephant covering their eyes with their trunk, playing hide and seek.

When it comes to choosing a vacation for your family, there are a lot of options out there. But when it comes to family vacations to places that take you beyond the ordinary, your choices become limited. So where can you go that is new, awe-inspiring, perfect for families, and gives you a chance to…

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Melchizedek Dead Sea Scroll Found at Qumran

Fragments from the Dead Sea Scrolls found in Qumran Caves

Genesis 14:18-20 (KJV) And Melchizedek king of Salem brought forth bread and wine: and he was the priest of the most high God. And he blessed him, and said, Blessed be Abram of the most high God, possessor of heaven and earth: And blessed be the most high God, which hath delivered thine enemies into…

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Why you should go on one of our Holy Land Tours

The city of Jerusalem seen through a window, facing Temple Mount on a Holy Land tour

As Carolyn stood on the Garden of Gethsemane during her Holy Land tour with Living Passages, the weight of the anguish Christ experienced there, just mere hours before he faced the cross, fell on her. She had to sit down on a bench outside of the Gethsemane Chapel to sob. She had wanted to go…

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Exciting Times for Biblical Tours and the History of Israel

The front garden and arches of Temple Mount

The goal of Biblical tours of the Holy Land is to help travelers engage in the history of scripture while connecting with fellow believers and strengthening their walk with God. Christian pastors, teachers, and experts often lead groups of believers through the sites of Biblical Israel in the footsteps of Jesus and the apostles. But…

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Frank Turek: The Bible doesn’t cover everything

Speaker and author Frank Turek

See the Frank Turek YouTube video below for his take on this topic.  From the surface view, the Bible appears to have some pretty major gaps. What about all of the other people groups in the world, such as the Chinese or Indians and the multitude of story lines that played out in other countries?…

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